Remote Learning Resources for Families
Google Chrome Extensions for Students with Special Needs
Help with text-to-speech, readability, comprehension and focus
The Child Mind Institute provides tips for parents with older children at home.
The Charter Center has compiled a list of resources to support educators and families for scholars of every grade in K-12 education.
The Charter Center issues information and resources from DOE leadership and executive orders from New York State.
Support for high school and teen learning, including mental health support.
Various telephone and internet carriers are waiving late fees and not terminating services for unpaid bills.
Spectrum is providing free internet access to students. Call 1-844-488-8395.
Free remote support and training for assisting with learning for students with disabilities.
Troubleshooting and support guide for students using Google Classroom.
Various internet providers are offering 60 Days of free WiFi connectivity for households to support remote learning.
Helpful tutorials on how to use Google Classroom in Creole, Spanish and several other languages, as well as video guides.
The DOE is lending internet-enabled iPads to support remote learning for students. The DOE is offering devices for all students, whether or not they have internet access at home. Simply call 718-935-5100 and choose Option 5 on the menu.
Tips on how to maintain a healthy diet and how to avoid stress eating while working and studying from home.
Tips to keep students engaged during remote learning.
This daily newsletter provides tips and tricks to keep students focused on remote-learning and activities for them to do at home.
Practical tips for you and your child/children to navigate this phase and mitigate stress and tension.
Parents who homeschool children share their tips for success.
Learning activities from the Atlantic Monthly, including ways to keep kids busy when you need to work.
From the NYT’s parenting blogs, ideas to create structure to your day, to divide and conquer with other parents, and a reminder to get outside.
Get support for using Google Classroom as students utilize the platform for remote-learning.
Learn how to use Zoom for online learning, working from home and video conferences.